Solving 7 Common Email Authentication Problems
Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is a powerful email authentication protocol that, when properly enforced, ensures only authorized senders can send email using your email domain. DMARC at enforcement definitively stops criminals from spoofing your organization’s exact domains to commit fraud against customers, partners, and employees.
However, implementing DMARC can be challenging. In our conversations with thousands of prospects and customers we’ve identified 7 common mistakes that domain owners make when setting up DMARC records and configuring underlying email authentication standards.
During this webinar, we’ll explore common mistakes for achieving email authentication, and we’ll provide clear, technical guidance on exactly how to avoid them:
- A DMARC policy left at “p=none”
- Chasing percentages and the myth of “partial enforcement”
- No enforcement for subdomains
- Out of order records
- No reporting addresses
- Misconfigured SPF and SPF flattening
- Misconfigured DKIM
Join us for this technical “best practices” session for constructing, configuring, and managing email authentication protocols to ensure your organization is protected.